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This is Chapter 7 of the Book of Love, by Yahchanan

Who is AHYH?

You see in the Book of Genesis where Noah's family moved off to Sumer, and built the Tower of Babel. They recognized three main gods. The Father of All is: An (Anu). We now call him: Yahwah Almighty. An is also the Sumerian word for: universe. All of our universe is a part of An. His first son, the all-good, is Ea (Yah). In the Hebrew bible he is called: the Word of Yahwah. Ea's title was En.Ki: Lord of the Earth. The other son, the all-bad, is: Enlil. Converted into English, En.Lil is: the LORD God!

It is said El comes from the Sumerian: Enlil. Enlil was the bad god who was in opposition to Enki. Enki was the good god. He is also known as E.A. If we pronounce E.A as ee-ah, it sounds the same as yah, short for Yahwah. The Sumerians said there were three eternal gods. An was the father, and Enki and Enlil were the sons. This is very similar to the idea of Yahwah the Almighty Father, the Word of Yahwah, and Satan. The Almighty put his name into The Word. Satan is El, adversary of Yahwah. The reason for the sibling rivalry in the old Babylonian stories is said to be that Ea was the first-born, while Enlil was the first legitimate son. Enlil is the main God in the assenbly of the gods. This rivalry continues today.

What I believe is that Hebrew AH'YH (Exodus 3:14) is Sumerian: Ea (YH with a prefix). I suspect when it is his name it is only loosely related to HYH (existance). We know ahyh is often found in the scriptures and translated as "I will be" most times, and rarely has anything to do with a name (such as Exodus 3:12 & 4:15). But in 3:14 it is definitely a name, as it says: Tell them AHYH sent you.

Ea is not Hebrew YHWH (Exodus 3:15), YHWH was Sumerian An. I'm sure it was Ea (aka: The Word) who descended upon and became human with Yahshua in Yahshua's human body at Yahshua's baptism. It was Ea (speaking through Yahshua's lips) who said he existed before Abraham, who said he was greater than Moshe, who was the good son and shepherd, who died when Yahshua did. I notice Exodus 3:14 and 3:15 EACH give a commandment: tell them AHYH/YHWH sent you. This makes it sound like TWO beings each gave the same mission to Moshe, each using his own authority. The Jews combined An, Ea, and Enlil into their "one god" called: Elohim.
In Acts of Yahchanan XIII:101, Yahushua says: Perceive in me the praising of the Word, the piercing of the Word, the blood of the Word, the wound of the Word, the hanging up of the Word, the suffering of the Word, the nailing of the Word, the death of the Word. And so I speak, separating off the manhood. Perceive the Word in the first place, then you will perceive Yahushua.
So here's the trick:

The Jews teach us AHYH and YHWH are the same individual deity. They tell us Yahwah (YHWH) is the third person form of: Ahyah (AHYH). They say He says of himself: I AM (Ahyah). But we talk to each other about Him, so we say: HE IS (Yahwah). At first that seems to be okay. But there are three enormous glaring holes in that logic. I have not heard or seen anyone say anything about it. And that bothers me, it seems as if the Jews are incapable of telling the truth regarding all of this.

Here's the problem I have. Why does no one care how to say: YOU ARE?? That is how we would talk to An if their version is correct. Why don't they give us the word for that? When talking to An "He is" "Who is" and "Which is" sound really weird. There should be a word based on HYH for: You Are. Didn't they ever talk TO Him?

Currently they say Ani Hu for I AM when it is in a sentence, such as if you say: I am crazy. That is aleph nun yod, not the aleph heh yod heh we see in Exodus 3:14. To me this indicates aleph heh yod heh does NOT mean: I AM. For HE IS they say heh waw aleph, NOT yod heh wah heh. To me this indicates YHWH does NOT mean: HE IS.

AHYH and YHWH are said to be based on the root word: heh yod heh, HYH, hayah. It means: existance. Currently if they want to say YOU ARE it is aleph tau heh, ATH, it is not based on HYH. Presumably, they changed these words so they do not accidentally say the name of the Most High. I think they are lying blatantly. Never do we hear of them using either form of YOU ARE to address YHWH or AHYH.

I think Ea is Ahyah, and An is Yahwah, and they are not the same. If this is not so, how do I say YOU ARE based on: hayah? Apparently they combined Ahyah and Yahwah both into one deity. I will show many examples of this happening. It is not "I Am" or "He Is". In either case, use the name of the one you are talking to or about. What do you think of that?

Here's a strange thing:

In Exodus 3:14 it says: Tell them Ahyah sent you. That is a commandment.
In Exodus 3:15 it says: Furthermore, tell them Yahwah sent you. That is a commandment.
OJB Exo 3:14 And Elohim said unto Moshe, Eh-heh-yeh ashair Ehheh-yeh (I AM WHO I AM); and He said, Thus shalt thou say unto the Bnei Yisroel, EHHEH-YEH (I AM) hath sent me unto you.
OJB Exo 3:15 And Elohim said moreover unto Moshe, Thus shalt thou say unto Bnei Yisroel: Hashem, Elohei Avoteichem, Elohei Avraham, Elohei Yitzchak, and Elohei Ya'akov, hath sent me unto you.

HNV 3:14 God said to Moses, "I AM WHO I AM," and he said, "You shall tell the children of Israel this: 'I AM has sent me to you.'" 15 God said moreover to Moses, "You shall tell the children of Israel this, 'The LORD, the God of your fathers, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob, has sent me to you.'
These two consecutive commandments make it appear as if Ahyah and Yahwah are different. Saying: AHYH sent me; is not the same thing as saying: YHWH sent me. This is why the second verse has an ADDER word showing it is a second conversation: moreover, furthermore, also. Moshe and all Yisrayah immediately jumped to attention! Notice in both verses it is 'Elohim' who said: I am AHYH; or; I am YHWH. Elohim is any combination of: AHYH and/or YHWH and/or the Lord God.

We know the Most High speaks to us through His Word. Yahshua said no one has seen the Father at any time, so it is always the Word they see. This Word is also the god Ea, appointed shepherd of the nation of Yisrayah. Moshe was speaking to Ahyah and heard the words of Ahyah on his own authority sending him on a mission. Then the Word says: furthermore, YHWH Himself also sends Moshe on the same mission! After he spoke the words of Ahyah (to verse 14), he spoke YHWH's words (verses 15-21). Both the Father and the god are sending him. Ahyah beats the Lord God (Enlil) every time. Ea was created before Enlil. Since Moshe was being sent by them both, him and the people immediately obeyed.

No? If ahyah is not the name of divinity, one of The Elohim, then why do they purposely mis-pronounce his name? They used to pronounce it: ah-yah. But that was changed to: eh-yeh. Notice in the quote above they pronounce it: eh-heh-yeh. Not only does ah-yah contain the name of YHWH, but eh-yeh does not. And in order to change it more they added the extra syllable in the middle.

If this is not so, why is there no 'YOU ARE' which is also based on hayah? With what name do we speak TO YHWH? Do I say "I AM" when addressing him? No, that is wrong. Do I say "He Is" when talking to YHWH? No, that is wrong. I should say: You Are.

To me it sounds like Yahshua said many times that he is: AHYH. He always claimed he was not YHWH the father. AHYH is: I AM. AHYH is: Ea. I believe Yahshua was a human being formed from normal sex between Yahusef and Miriam. I believe when Yahshua was baptised Ea dropped out of heaven and merged with him. After that, Yahshua sometimes spoke his own words, and sometimes the words of Ea came out of Yahshua's mouth. Ea thereby became mortal, and died. Ea is the Word of Yahwah, not Yahwah Almighty:
2Adam&Eve IIX:17 [Adam] turned to his son Seth, and to Hawah his wife, and said to them: Preserve this gold, this incense, and this myrrh, that Yahwah gave us for a sign. In days that are coming a flood will overwhelm the whole creation. Those who go into the ark will take with them the gold, the incense, and the myrrh, together with my body. He will lay the gold, the incense, and the myrrh with my body in the middle of the earth. 18 After a long time, the city [Yerusalem] over which the gold, the incense, and the myrrh are found with my body will be plundered [by Babylon]. When it is spoiled, the gold, the incense, and the myrrh will be taken care of with the spoil that is kept. Nothing of them will perish, until the Word of Yahwah made man comes. Kings will take them and offer to Him: the gold in token of His being King, the incense in token of His being King of heaven and earth, and the myrrh in token of His passion.
Was it the Second Book of Ezra where it says YHWH looked at his creation and it was spoiled? He was going to wipe the surface of our earth clean and start over, like it says in the Gospel of the Essenes. But Ea spoke up, saying he loved the humans, and if An would spare some of them, Ea would give up his own life. The agreement was made, and kept. A number of humans was agreed upon, and YHWH says He will not alter anything until the number is reached (Revelation 6:7, 2Ezra 4:37). The earth was not immediately wiped clean. You and I were able to be born. That is how Ea became responsible for our existance, why his name is: AHYH. AHYH is our existance. The christians say Jesus died so we can go to heaven. I think the truth is Ea died so we could be born. YHWH would have brought destruction and ruin long ago, but now we have a chance to obey the Law and get ourselves into heaven.

I say the Word of YHWH (Ea) appeared to Adam & Abraham in the form of a man, opened his mouth, and the words of YHWH came out of his mouth. They did not see YHWH Himself. Exodus 3:2 says a malak of YHWH apeared to Moshe as fire. A malak is a servant, it is not YHWH Himself. But Ea-AHYH is also capable of supplying his own words when the situation calls for it. When Moshe asked "who are you" to the malak in the bush, the fire told him his name: AHYH. Then beginning in 3:15 YHWH spoke to Moshe through the mouth of the malak in the bush. Besides him there are other malaks and even humans who sometimes carry the word of YHWH to someone. But the one called The Word is the most prominent from the first book of Adam & Eve onwards, yet is rarely named, so he is sure to be: Ea.

I hate to use the term: Enki. Lord of the Earth was originally Ea, but later it was given to Enlil. Sitchin and so forth seem to think Enki is always Ea. This leads to confusion, sometimes Enki is the good god, sometimes the bad god. Also, since we have the name Ea, why don't we have the name of Enlil, only his title? Is it Lucifer?

Exodus 3:14 says: Ahyah. The Jews said it is only an explanatory statement which means nothing, his actual name is given in Exodus 3:15. When that position became untenable, they changed their story and claim AHYH is a name which means: I AM. And so YHWH means: He Is. So both names refer to the same being, depending on perspective. I think they are lying from start to finish. Maybe you are laughing right now.

So carefully contemplate Exodus 3:14, please. It says: Tell them AHYH sent you. AHYH is not an explanatory in this verse, although it is used that way in numerous other verses (even in this chapter). AHYH is a name. In the next verse it says: Tell them YHWH sent you. This very much sounds like two commands from two individuals. Moshe was sent on the mission by AHYH (3:14), and then YHWH also sent him on the same mission (3:15-22). AHYH is not YHWH!

I have spent some time playing with Babelfish translator. It is clear something very fishy is going on here. It sounds like the root of the problem is the Jews changing to a "One-God" doctrine sometime after the days of Moshe. Apparently they combined AHYH and YHWH both into one deity, then combined God with them, and called the three-way deity: Elohim.

I think An is Yahwah, and Ea is Ahyah. In either case, use the name of the one you are talking to or about. What do you think of that? We see AHYH in Exodus 3:14, and they knew it was the name of: Ea. He is also known in scriptures as: The Word.

No? Then please explain something to me.

This is something which bothers me. There is a second hole in their logic. They say AHYH is based on HYH, existence. We see YHWH is different, but they say HYH and HWH are interchangeable, even though they are spelled different. But when I looked these words up, HWH means: ruin, calamity, destruction, that sort of thing. Seems the opposite of existance. So there is very good reason to doubt if Y'HWH and AH'YH are indeed based on the root word HYH at all. It sounds like AH'YH is Sumerian Ea with a Hebrew prefix. Perhaps it means: The EA? It sounds like Y'HWH would mean: He who brings catastrophe, ruin, calamity, and destruction. And sure enough, when YHWH comes to judge the world, mountains rise, mountains fall, the ocean sweeps over the land, the sun goes down at noon, east becomes west, rocks and fire fall from the sky, that sort of thing.

The very existance of the word elohim proves there is more than: one god. The term Most High proves there are more than one: High. The 'deity' of Abraham and Yaacob is the Most High, but he is not a god. Humans and gods exist as part of: YHWH. If YHWH had died with Yahshua we would not exist anymore. It was Ea/AHYH/theWord who died. When Yahshua/Ea speaks of his Father, it must be YHWH/AN.

So if the first Jewish explanation did not work out, and the second is also undefendable, what then?

Here's a crazy thing:

In Exodus 3:14 it says: Tell them Ahyah sent you. That is a commandment.
In Exodus 3:15 it says: Furthermore, tell them Yahwah sent you. That is another commandment.

These two consecutive commandments make it appear as if Ahyah and Yahwah are different. If this is not so, why is there no 'YOU ARE' which is also based on hayah? With what name do we address YHWH?

A lot of what we have been told is lies.

I am really interested in the earliest Sumerians and what they believed. But they don't tell us much. The early Sumerian records are said to be almost all receipts for sales, family records, and so forth. They didn't need to write down any history, since they were each intimately familiar with the truth. Jubilees chapter 10 tells us after there was a significant number of deceivable people the demons came and corrupted mankind with false stories and lies. The later Sumerians obtained new stories from the demons, and those are what were written down, and have passed to us. Maybe based on truths, but lies in the end. Correlating all the stuff we see the unclean demons are none other than Enlil, Easter, and their bunch.
Jubilees 10:1 In the third week of this jubilee the unclean demons [came back to earth and] began to lead astray the children of the sons of Noah, and to make to err, and destroy them. 2 The sons of Noah came to Noah their father, and they told him concerning the demons which were leading astray and blinding [with lies] and killing his sons' sons.

OJB Isa 44:6 Thus saith Hashem Melech Yisroel, AND His Go'el, Hashem Tzva'os; I am the Rishon, and I am the Acharon; and apart from Me there is no Elohim.
RNV Isa 44:6 Thus says Yahuwah the king of Yisra'el AND his Redeemer, Yahuwah of hosts, 'I am the First and I am the Last. Beside Me there is no Elohiym.
The "AND" in most versions of Isaiah 44:6 is confusing. It definitely makes it sound as if there are two Yahwah's. And I have searched different versions, even the OJB, they most all keep the "and". So I'll give you a few more with the "and" in them. What do you think?? Are we smashing down the 'One God' doctrine? I am understanding it this way, because it makes sense and ends confusion:
Yeshayah 44:6 Thus says Yahwah, the King of Yisrayah (who is also Yisrayah's Redeemer, Yahweh of hosts): I am the first, and I am the last. Before me there was no God.
I see the king of a nation is the god of the nation, while the prince of a nation is the leading human. Ezekial 28:1-10 shows the prince of Tyre was human, a man like us. Then Ezekial 28:11-19 shows the king of Tyre was not human, but a god. In Yeshayah chapter 14 the king of Babylon is the god Lucifer.

Ea is the first of the creation of YHWH, before him there was no god in existence, not even the Lord God (Enlil). Ea is AHYH. AH'YH is the Hebrew way of saying: Ea with some prefix. YHWH is the Hebrew for: An. Ea is only the savior of the nation of Yisrayah, not the rest of the nations (if one wants to be saved, you must leave your nation and join the nation of YHWH). YHWH is king of everything, so YHWH is not Ea/AHYH. I think it is supposed to read this way:
Yeshayah 44:6 Thus says YHWH, the King and Redeemer of Yisrayah, Yahweh of Hosts: I am the first, and I am the last. Before me there was no God.
It is probably not this way?
Isaiah 44:6 Thus says Ahyah, the Prince of Yisrayah (whose Redeemer is Yahweh of hosts): I am the first, and I am the last. Before me there was no God.
If so the speaker is actually AHYH. His redeemer is his father, YHWH. Before Ea/AHYH there was no god, he was the first god. How could there be two Yahweh's? Most likely explanation is the Jews have lied to us from the beginning, and they have hidden: AHYH.

Just a bit down from Isaiah 44:6 we find this, which also makes it sound like the Almighty is the redeemer.
Isaiah 44:24 This says Yahweh your redeemer, and He who formed you from the womb: I am Yahweh who makes all things, who stretches forth the heavens alone, who spreads abroad the earth by myself.
The Sumerian Lord of the Heaven is: An. The Lord of the Earth is: Enki. Enki was Ea at the first. This next seems confusing, unless the first of the two Yahweh's is really Ea speaking to Enlil; and if the second Yahweh is An who has the ability to do the rebuking.
OJB Zecharyah 3:2 And Hashem [YHWH] said unto HaSatan, Hashem [YHWH] rebuke thee, O HaSatan; even Hashem [YHWH] that hath chosen Yerushalayim rebuke thee.
Two Yahwah's? Elohim is a PLURAL word! They hid AHYH by calling him: YHWH. Same thing in the next verse. The malak who was on the earth was AHYH and he was acting on the authority of YHWH who was in the heaven. You can't have two YHWH's, one of them is: AHYH.
Yasher 19:51 Then Yahweh [the malak who was on earth] rained upon Sodom and upon Gomorrah and upon all these cities brimstone and fire from Yahweh out of heaven.
OJB Genesis 19:24 Then Hashem [YHWH] rained upon Sodom and upon Amora gofrit and eish from Hashem [YHWH] out of Shomayim.
Here are a few verses which claim the "god" of the nation of Yisrayah is Yahweh of Hosts. Does this indicate he is Ahyah, since Ahyah is really a created god? Are they calling YHWH a god because he can do everything a god can do?
1Chonicles 17:24 Let your Name be established and magnified for ever, saying: Yahweh of hosts is the god of Yisrayah.
OJB 1Ch 17:24 Let it even be established, that Thy Shem may be magnified ad olam, saying, Hashem Tzva'os is Elohei Yisroel, even Elohim to Yisroel
RNV 1Ch 17:24 So let it be established that Your name may be magnified forever saying: Yahuwah of hosts, the Eloah of Yisra'el, is Yisra'el's Elohiym.
AMP 1Ch 17:24 Let it be established and let Your name [and the character that name denotes] be magnified forever, saying, The Lord of hosts, the God of Israel, is Israel's God

MY Yeshayah 48:1 who swear by the Name of Yahwah, and make mention of the god of Yisrayah, 2 and stay themselves upon the god of Yisrayah. Yahwah of hosts is His Name. [makes it sound like Yahwah of Hosts is not Yahwah the Father]
OJB Isa 48:1 which take oaths b'Shem Hashem, and invoke Elohei Yisroel, but not in emes, nor in tzedakah. 2 For they call themselves of the Ir HaKodesh, and lean themselves upon Elohei Yisroel; Hashem Tzva'os Shmo.
RNV Isa 48:1 who swear by the name <08034> of Yahuwah <03068> and make mention of the Eloah <0433> of Yisra'el <03478> but not in truth or in righteousness <06666>. 2 For they call themselves after the sacred <06944> city <05892> and lean on the Eloah <0433> of Yisra'el <03478>. Yahuwah <03068> of hosts <06635> is His name <08034>.
AMP Isa 48:1 you who swear allegiance by the name of the Lord and make mention of the God of Israel--but not in truth {and} sincerity, nor in righteousness (rightness and moral and spiritual rectitude in every area and relation)-- 2 For they call themselves [citizens] of the holy city and depend on the God of Israel--the Lord of hosts is His name.

My 1Samuel 17:45 But I come to you in the Name of Yahweh of hosts, the god of the armies of Yisrayah, whom you defy. [says Yahweh of Hosts is a god, not the One who created the gods]
OJB 1Sa 17:45 but I come against thee b'Shem Hashem Tzva'os Elohei Ma'arkhot Yisroel, whom thou hast defied.
RNV 1Sa 17:45 But I come to you in the name of Yahuwah of hosts, the Eloah of the armies of Yisra'el, whom you have defied.
AMP 1Sa 17:45 but I come to you in the name of the Lord of hosts, the God of the ranks of Israel, Whom you have defied.

Jeremiah 7:21 Thus says YHWH TSBAYT [Yahweh Sabaoth], the god of Yisrayah.
OJB Jer 7:21 Thus saith Hashem Tzva'os, Elohei Yisroel
RNV Jer 7:21 Thus says Yahuwah of hosts, the Eloah of Yisra'el
AMP Jer 7:21 Thus says the Lord of hosts, the God of Israel
So it appears there are many places in the scripture where Ahyah is referred to as YHWH, even tho he is not. And there are many places where God is referred to as YHWH, even tho he is not. That is because of the Jewish 'One God' doctrine. For example, I think this is how this is supposed to go:
Yasher 19:51 Then Ahyah [the malak who was on earth, who spoke to Abraham] rained upon Sodom and upon Gomorrah and upon all these cities brimstone and fire from Yahwah out of heaven.

Genesis 19:24 Then Ahyah rained upon Sodom and upon Gomorrah brimstone and fire from Yahwah out of heaven.

Zecharyah 3:2 Ahyah said to Satan [Enlil]: Yahwah rebuke you, O Satan.
No more two Yahwah's. It makes perfect sense, and ends confusion. How do you think? Zecharyah 3:2 must be a horrible thing for the Elohist writers to behold. It contains all three of: The Elohim. Worse, it proves they are not all of one mind or being. There is no Trinity there. Elohim said to Elohim: Elohim rebuke you, O Elohim! And since the plural word Elohim is often translated as the singular God, we get: God said to God; God rebuke you, Oh God. Indeed!

Ahyah supposedly means: I Was, I Am, I Will Be. And 'Who was, is, and will be' is supposed to be the meaning of YHWH. That seems to mean AHYH and YHWH are the same. But there is no YOU ARE (based on hayah)!!! It seems as if the root of the problem is that someone has written their own doctrines into scripture, changing the names and identities, and feeding us lies.

Some say Yahwah is a family name, that is why it is used by both the Father and the Son. But then, would it not also apply to Enlil according to Sitchin's family tree? Can't he appear as Yahwah? So who told them to make sacrifices? Who brought the Flood? Was it Enlil? Yahshua said killing animals does not remove guilt, it only increases it. Killing animals does not come from the Law of Love, and Yahwah is Love. Jeremiah and Isaiah said they are supposed to not eat meat and kill animals. Zecharia Sitchin and the Gospel of the Essenes says it was Enlil who sent the flood, Genesis says Yahwah. Is this Yahwah Enlil? The calendar is an example. The first month is in spring, the first day is in the fall. Does it come from two commandments from two Yahwah's? It sounds like YHWH says: spring. Then the hater of all mankind (Enlil) comes along and demands a conflict, saying: fall.

I think An is YHWH, and Ea is The Word who died with Yahshua. Judaism insists: Ahyah is Yahwah. How can that be? Ea is not An. An is the Almighty. Ea cannot be Almighty because he died and the universe continued to exist.

I take it as literal the god Ea placed himself in the human body of Yahshua when Yahshua was baptised. Like in John 14:9 and the Gospel of the Essenes.

Revelation makes a definition of YHWH as WHO IS. Addressing him as Who Is seems better than He Is. But it is still contrived. It seems we need a You Are if they are really the same. But we don't have it. That, Zecharyah 3:2, and the two consecutive commandments in Exodus 3:14-15 make it sure seem Ahyah and Yahwah are not the same.

Isaiah 44:24 and many others claim Yahwah stretched out the universe alone, there was no one with him. That makes it plain Yahwah is: An. The full chapter Exodus 3 seems to show ahyah asher ahyah is the GOD of Abraham, so he is: Ea. OR, they call Yahwah a god cuz he can do what a god can do??

Could it be Ahyah is not Yahwah? That would go against the grain of the majority understanding of scripture, but it is likely.

Somewhere, the scriptures are broken. Names have been changed without my permission! Or my understanding of scriptures is broken. Where? Do I have to believe in the Trinity? I can't. In Secrets of Enoch 33:4 and so forth Ea is not a third of An, but a creation of his, which creation was able to die. Anyone who can die is not one third of: The Almighty. Is there a way to resolve this mystery? Probably God of Abraham is wrong, the word God being installed by Satan. Probably it should say Father of Abraham, or Deity of Abraham when referring to YHWH. Ea is The Word of Yahwah. In Genesis 15 he was speaking the words of Yahwah, not his own words.

I say since there is no YOU ARE (based on HYH) it makes sense to me to think Yahwah is Hebrew for An, and Ah'Yah is Hebrew for Ea (or: the Ea). Notice Deuteronomy 18:15-16 makes it look as if Yahwah is not the Word who died with Yahshua, since Yahshua takes the place of Moshe as the go-between.

So which one is Ea? Essenes says: the second Father, whom you see before you this hour. So I take it to mean the Second Father has to be Ea, who at the time was in the mortal human Yahshua, and died with him. So Ahyah/Ea is also the Word of Yahwah, who Abraham spoke with in Genesis 15. This example does not make a lot of sense when converted into the 'One God' doctrine:
Genesis 15:4 Behold, the Word of Yahwah came to him, 6 He believed in Yahwah, and He [Yahwah] reckoned it to him [Abraham] for righteousness. 7 He [the Word] said to him: I am Yahwah. 8 He said: O Yahwah.
Matthew 21:23 then 28-31 says the kingdom of YHWH is like a man with two sons, and he asks them to work in the field. These sons appear to be Enlil and Ea. Enlil said: I go. But he did not. It looks like Ea is in and one with Yahshua, and they are working. Matthew 13:36-43 also has these two sons.

The simplest answer is usually correct. You see I have a dilemma with the AHYH thing. Many say it is not a name, just an expression, and the real name is given in verse 15. Some say it is the actual definition or deeper meaning of the name given in verse 15. But then 14 says: tell them AHYH sent you. So it sounds like a name. AH'YH is EA with a Hebrew prefix, maybe not even not based on hayah.

All through the OT it says YHWH is: the Creator. It says Yahwah stretched out the heavens alone, no one was with him. So that is not Ea, as An would be there also if Ea did the stretching. It means YHWH is An, Brahma, no? An is YHWH, in Exodus and everywhere else. In Sumerian, An is not just the name or title of the creator, it is also the word for the whole universe and beyond. En.lil and En.ki are lords, An is not a lord. An IS the universe, and the universe IS An. The meanings are interchangeable. Judaism says YHWH contains the universe, but is not contained by it. Sumerians said the same about An. YHWH and An fill the same role.

Wondering if AHYH is Ea is a bit contrived sometimes, and does not easily fit all the Hebrew scripture. But the I AM/HE IS thing seems more contrived. It looks like many times the scripture said AHYH but the One-God scribes changed him into YHWH sometimes, Elohim other times. It could just be that the one Father gave two different names for himself for Moshe to give to the people, like I have first, middle, and last names to give anyone who recognizes them. But then the YOU ARE problem wants to come back. More likely, 3:14 should say: AHYH said to Moshe, I Am Who I Am. In the OJB it says: Elohim said to Moshe, I Am Who I Am. AHYH is one of: The Elohim!

Exodus 3:2 says the fire in the bush was the: malak of Yahwah. The simplest answer is that Moshe asked for a name. He was looking at the fire, who gave his Hebrew name since Moshe spoke Hebrew: AHYH. However, Moshe most likely also knew his original Sumerian name is Ea. So he was not confused. After Ea sends him on the mission in verse 14, in verse 15 the Father also sends him on the same mission, giving his name as YHWH. That is why 15 starts out with: furthermore, moreover, in addition to, or some similar qualifier. Moshe also probably knew YHWH is An. Moshe received the ancient writings of his ancestors, and the oldest of those were all written in Sumerian. He probably translated Sumerian into Hebrew, especially in regards to An and Ea and Enlil. Abraham lived in Sumer and saw the Tower being built. Before he spoke Hebrew, he spoke Sumerian. Moshe maybe lived only 600 years later. Sumerian was still being used at that time.

Am I making any sense?

It seems to me the situation works out best if An is YHWH, Ea is AHYH, and Enlil is Lord God and Satan. Any one or two of them, or all three, are known as: Elohim. The Jews claim they three are 'One God', that way they can worship any which one they want, so Eliyah can not come back and complain. If you think that way a while, maybe you will agree.
Psalm 82:1 The God [Enlil, Psalm 89:7 below] stands in the congregation of the gods. He judges among the gods [elohim].
2 [Ea says to Enlil:] How long will you judge unjustly, and respect the persons of the wicked? Selah
3 Judge the poor and fatherless. Do justice to the afflicted and destitute.
4 Rescue the poor and needy. Deliver them out of the hand of the wicked.
5 [An says to Ea:] They do not know, nor do they understand, they walk to and fro in darkness. All the foundations of the earth are shaken.
6 I [Ea] said [to the congregation]: You are gods, all of you sons of the Most High [An].
7 Nevertheless you will die like men, and fall like one of the princes.
8 Arise, O Father [An], judge the earth. For you inherit all the nations.

Psalm 89:5 The heavens praise your wonders, O Yahwah, your faithfulness also in the congregation of the gods.
6 For who in the skies can be compared to Yahwah? Who among the sons of gods is like to Yahwah?
7 [The Lord] God [En.Lil] is very terrible [Mighty One] in the council of the holy ones [gods], and is feared above all those who are round about Him.
8 O Yahweh Father of hosts, who is a mighty one like to you, O Yah?
The scriptures apparently claim Ea's name is: Ahyah-Asher-Ahyah. In our English translations it is usually given as: I Am Who I Am. Or: I Am That I Am. The Hebrew verb HYH (with vowels: hayah) means: to exist. Ahyah (AHYH) is said to be a word contraction which means: I exist. Hayah has no tense, so it means the past, present, and future, all at the same time. So the Israelites say: Was, Is, Will Be. Ahyah-Asher-Ahyah means: I Was, I AM, and I Will Be because I Was, I AM, and I Will Be.

If AHYH is Ah-Ea it is probably not even based on the HYH root word (hayah). Maybe the HYH root word is based on: E.A (YH)! HaYah means: TheEa (theYah). So Ahyah could mean: I the Ea (short for: I Am the Yah). Ea existed before the Hebrew language did. That is why hayah refers to: existance.
Exodus 3:13 Moshe said to AHYH: Behold, I go to the children of Yisrayah, and say to them: The Elohim of your fathers has sent me to you. They will say to me: What is His Name? What will I say to them? 14 AHYH said to Moshe: Ahyah-Asher-Ahyah. This is what you will say to the children of Yisrayah: Ahyah sent me.
These following verses indicate there are two Yahwah's. That is a crazy thing, since we know there is only one. So why does it have two? By far the most likely and simple solution is that sometimes a verse talks about AHYH and YHWH both, but the One-God'ers erased the name of AHYH and replaced it with YHWH or Elohim:
Genesis 1:26 And Yahwah said: Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: [Us? Yahwah the Father, and the Word/Son/AHYH, did the creating.]

Luke 3:4 as it is written in the book of the words of Yeshayah the prophet: The voice of one crying in the wilderness, make you ready The Way of Yahwah, make His paths straight. 6 and all flesh will see the Salvation of Yahwah. [The name Yahushua means 'YHWH is Salvation', so this verse refers to John the Baptist preparing The Way for The Word, Messiyah, who is called Yahwah. Also see: Isaiah 40:3-5]

Philippians 2:5 Have this mind in you, which was also in Messiah, 6 who, existing in the form of Yahwah, did not count the being on an equality with Yahwah a thing to be grasped, 7 but emptied Himself, taking the form of a servant, being made in the likeness of men; 8 and being found in fashion as a man. He humbled himself, becoming obedient even to death, yea, the death of the stake. 9 Wherefore also Yahwah [the Father] highly exalted Him, and gave Him the Name which is above every name [Yahwah]; 10 that in the Name of Yahushua every knee should bow, of things in heaven and things on earth and things under the earth, 11 and that every tongue should confess that Yahushua is King, to the glory of Yahwah the Father.

Hebrews 1:8 but of the Son He [Yahwah] said: Your throne, O Yahwah, is for ever and ever; [Yahwah Almighty called His Son: Yahwah] (Psalm 45:6)

Zecharyah [Zechariah] 2:10 Sing and rejoice, O daughter of Zion. Lo, I come, and I will dwell in the midst of you: says Yahwah [the Son]. 11 Many nations will join themselves to Yahwah in that day, and will be my people. I will dwell in the midst of you, and you will know Yahwah Almighty [the Father] sent me to you. 12 Yahwah [the Son] will inherit Yahudah [Judah] as His portion in the holy land, and will yet choose Yerusalem [Jerusalem].

Zecharyah 12:8 In that day Yahwah will defend the inhabitants of Yerusalem: 10 And I will pour upon the house of David, and upon the inhabitants of Yerusalem, the spirit of grace and of supplication, and they will look to Me whom they pierced [they crucified with nails and stabbed with a spear Ahyah the Son].

Isaiah 7:14 Therefore Yahwah Himself gives you a sign: behold, a maiden will conceive, bear a son, and call His name Immanuyah. Matthew 1:23 Behold, the virgin will be with child, bring forth a son, and they will call His name Immanuyah; which is, being interpreted, Yahwah with us. [Yahwah's Son was the child called "Yah/Ea with us"].

Jeremiah 23:5 Behold, the days come: says Yahwah; I will raise unto David a righteous Branch. He will reign as king and deal wisely, and execute justice and righteousness in the land. 6 In His days Yahudah [Judah] will be saved, and Yisrayah [Israel] will dwell safely; and this is His Name whereby He will be called: Yahwah our Righteousness. [The Son is called Yahwah]

James 3:9 Therewith we bless Yahwah AND the Father, and therewith we curse men who are made after the likeness of Yahwah [the Son is Yahwah].

Genesis 15:4 Behold, the Word of Yahwah came to him, 6 He believed in Yahwah, and He [Yahwah] reckoned it to him [Abraham] for righteousness. 7 He [the Word] said to him: I am Yahwah 8 He said: O Yahwah,

Genesis 49:24 His bow abides in strength. The arms of his hands are made strong by the hands of the Mighty One of Yaacob (from there is the Shepherd, the Stone of Yisrayah), 25 even by the Father of your father, who will help you, and by the Shaddai, who will bless you with blessings of heaven above, blessings of the deep that couches beneath, blessings of the breasts, and of the womb. [The Father is Yahwah the Savior, the Rock. Shaddai means Almighty.]
It becomes evident that there are two individuals claiming to be Yahwah according to standard Jewish scriptures. One is Yahwah Almighty, the Heavenly Father. The other is the Word of Yahwah, the good Son, Ea, AHYH, our Messiyah and Savior. Reading in the Books of Adam and Eve, we learn Yahwah the Father communicated with humans through His Word, His Son.

Psalm 110 shows that the Father Almighty is called Yahwah:
Psalm 110:1 Yahwah [the Father] says unto my Master [the Word, the Messiyah]: Sit at my right hand, until I make your enemies your footstool. 2 Yahwah will send forth the rod of your strength out of Zion: Rule in the midst of your enemies. 4 Yahwah swore, and will not repent: you are a priest forever after the order of Melchizedek.

1Samuel 3:7 Samuel did not yet know Yahwah, neither was the Word of Yahwah yet revealed to him. 21 Yahwah appeared again in Shiloh, for Yahwah revealed Himself to Samuel in Shiloh by the Word of Yahwah.

Psalm 45:7 You love righteousness, and hate wickedness: Therefore Yahwah, your Father, anoints you with the oil of gladness above your fellows.
That verse shows that Yahwah is the Father of the Messiyah. Messiyah tells us that no man has seen the Father at any time. Yet many people have seen Yahwah. Who Adam, Abraham, Moshe, Ezekial, and the others saw was the Word.

Once you understand AHYH and YHWH are not the same, and also Yahshua the human and AHYH the Messiyah are two separate individuals, then all these things fall into place properly. Okay, let's try a couple more:
Zecharyah 14:1 Behold, a day of Yahwah comes, 3 Then Yahwah will go forth, 4 And His feet will stand in that day upon the mount of Olives, which is before Yerusalem on the east; and the mount of Olives will be cleft in the midst thereof toward the east and toward the west, and there will be a very great valley; and half of the mountain will remove toward the north, and half of it toward the south. [The prophet plainly says this about Yahwah. But the Jews and the christians believe this verse refers to the Messiyah. This is because they both expect Him to return to the earth at the same exact place from which He left:] Acts 1:11 This Yahshua, who was received up from you into heaven will so come in like manner as you beheld Him going into heaven.

Jeremiah 17:10 I, Yahwah, search the mind, I try the heart, even to give every man according to his ways, according to the fruit of his doings. Yet in Revelation Yahshua says the same thing: Revelation 1:17 I am the first and the last, 18 and the Living One; and I was dead, [the Father was not dead] 2:23 and all the assemblies will know I am He who searches the reins and hearts: and I will give unto each one of you according to your works.
Most peculiar! There are many passages indicating that there is only one Yahwah. Such as: Isaiah 37:20; Isaiah 44:24; Isaiah 45:5-6, 18; Genesis 19; and Job 9:8. So how are we to understand all of this?? We know the scriptures which we have received have been badly tampered with by people trying to prove their own doctrine: that Jesus is God in person. Before that the scriptures were tampered with by those trying to prove there is only: One-God. We know that each translator has his own religious bias which he imprints into the translation. When the scriptures are full of contradictions, what are we to do? How do we know what to believe? We have to think for ourselves!

Here is one thing which makes sense: Definitely the Messiyah is: 'the Word of Yahwah the Father'. As Yahwah's Word, as Yahwah's mouth, He spoke the words of Yahwah. When He said "I am Yahwah" He must have been speaking the words of His Father to us. Yahwah the Father is the ultimate creator of all things. When Messiyah said "I am AHYH" he gave us his own name.

Now consider a man in the woods, he looks at a tree and thinks it would make a nice table. Does he use his hands and his teeth to turn the tree into a table? No. He uses tools. In such a way I suppose Yahwah also used a tool - His Word - to create the universe. So it makes sense if the Word did the creating as a tool of Yahwah the Almighty Father.
Isaiah 44:24 This says Yahwah, your redeemer, and He who formed you from the womb: I am Yahwah who makes all things, who stretches forth the heavens alone, who spreads abroad the earth by myself.

Isaiah 37:20; 43:10-13; 44:6; 45:5-6, 18, 21-22 I am Yahwah, and there is none else.

Deuteronomy 4:35-39 Yahwah he is Master in heaven above, and upon the earth beneath: there is none else. Also Deuteronomy 32:39

1 Kings 8:23,60 that all the peoples of the earth may know that Yahwah, He is Father; there is none else.

2Kings 19:19 all the kingdoms of the earth may know that you Yahwah are Father alone.

Nehemyah 9:6 You are Yahwah, even you alone;

Secrets of Enoch 33:3 I am self-eternal, not made with hands, and without change. 4 My thought is my counsellor, my Wisdom and my Word are made. My eyes observe all things how they stand here and tremble with terror. 5 If I turn away my face, all things will be destroyed.

Job 34:14 If He set His heart upon Himself, if He gather to Himself His Spirit and His breath, 15 all flesh will perish together. Man will turn again to dust.

Acts 3:13 The Father of Abraham, of Isaac, and of Jacob, the Father of our fathers, has glorified His Servant Yahushua; whom you delivered up, and denied before the face of Pilate, when he was determined to release Him.
Many translators have struggled with this next verse. That is because it seems to claim that YHWH the god of Abraham is NOT the same person as YHWH Almighty [Shaddai]. This indicates that YHWH the god of Abraham is in reality the same AHYH referred to in most of the Old Testament as Yahwah or Yahwah of Hosts, and that he is actually the Son, Ea, who became the Messiyah when he joined to Yahushua at his baptism. The One referred to in much of the OT as YHWH became a human, and was killed. So many translators drop the word "AND", but that still makes it look like two separate individuals:
Genesis 49:25 Even by the god of your father, who will help you; AND by the Shaddai, who will bless you.

Exodus 23:25 Serve Yahwah your Father. He will bless your bread and water, and I will take sickness away from the midst of you.
These are the words of YHWH, Exodus 24:3. So who is going to take away the sicknesses? This makes it sound as if Ea-Ahyah is the one who is doing the talking this whole chapter.

The house where Yahwah established His name no longer exists on earth. Yahwah Almighty gave the name that is above every name to his first-created being, a god, known as: The Word. That name is: Ea/Yah. Ea used to be known as Enki in Sumer, but his evil brother stole away that title. The Word is he who is often referred to as Yahwah in the Old Testament. That name came to the human man Yahshua when He was baptised. When Yahshua was baptised He became Yahwah's only begotten son, and right then the Word descended and merged with Him. The Word was not a "begotten son" before that, he was a created being. The Word is the first of the creation of Yahwah, therefore the first of the gods (elohim) created in Genesis 1:1. The human man Yahshua is now literally the house where Yahwah placed His name! Yahshua is now the: Word of Yahwah. Yahshua lives in heaven at this time. The house where Yahwah placed His name is not on earth now, but He is coming back soon. He is our king!
In the Gospel of the Essenes we read: the First Father brings forth every kind of life into existence. He is in them all, and they are all in Him. He is in all things, and all things in Him... Yahwah is in all things, and all things are in Yahwah... Know that all things are alive in Yahwah, and the Spirit of Yahwah fills all things, for by the Spirit all things come to be.
By the Spirit of YHWH all things came to be. Elsewhere it says all things came to be through the Word of YHWH. So we infer the Spirit and the Word are the same being: Ea! So it is Ea who is the Holy Spirit.

There is a third terribly huge hole in the Jewish 'YHWH means He Is and AHYH means I Am' logic. Why does YHWH refer to Himself as: YHWH? Why doesn't He always call Himself: AHYH? It is because He is not: AHYH. It is because the Jewish explanation is full of garbage. AHYH and YHWH are not the same!

In Exodus 3:15 An says His name is: YHWH. Why? If AHYH means 'I AM' and YHWH means 'HE IS', why didn't He say: AHYH? Maybe YHWH does not mean: He Is! Maybe it is two different names? In Amos chapter 9 why doesn't YHWH call Himself: AHYH? Many times He calls Himself: YHWH. There are hundreds of examples. Only in Exodus 3:14 are we seeing: AHYH.

It turns out the Jews have to say AHYH is a name in Exodus 3:14. If it is not, then YHWH is probably based on HWH, which means ruin and destruction. They have a horrible god they ignore whose name is: Hovah (HWH). They hate him. He is the god of ruin and destruction. By calling AHYH a name they can say YHWH is based on HYH: a friendly god based on existance and love.

So depending on context, YHWH is: I bring destruction (when he speaks), or, You who brings destruction (when I speak to him), or, He who brings destruction (when we talk about him). The one name works all three ways. Maybe AHYH is: I am EA. In that case, it would be pronounced: ah-yah (not: a-hayah). It looks like the two names are not connected, certainly not the same being.

Funny how HYH is pronounced ha-yah till you add the a (aleph) in front. Then it becomes AHYH, but they mispronounce it as: eh-yeh. Or with an extra syllable: eh-heh-yeh. Should be: ah-yah. Let's go to Yeshayah for examples:
Isaiah 43:10 You are my witnesses, and my servant who I chose: says Yahwah. That you may know and believe me, and understand I am He. Before me there was no god formed, neither will there be after me. 11 I, even I, am Yahwah. Besides me there is no savior. 12 I declared, I saved, I showed, and there was no strange God among you. Therefore you are my witnesses: says Yahwah. I am Yahwah. 13 Yea, since before days existed I am He, and there is none who can deliver out of my hand. I will work, and who can hinder it? 14 This says Yahwah, your Redeemer, the Sacred One of Yisrayah: For your sake I sent to Babylon, and I will bring all of them down as fugitives, even the Chaldeans, in the ships of their rejoicing. 15 I am Yahwah, your Sacred One, the Creator of Yisrayah, your King. 16 This says Yahwah: Who [else] makes a way in the sea, a path in the mighty waters?

RNV Isaiah 43:10 "You are My witnesses," says Yahuwah, "and My servant whom I have chosen, that you may know and believe Me and understand that I am He. Before Me there was no el formed nor shall there be after Me. 11 I, even I, am Yahuwah and besides Me there is no savior! 12 I have declared and saved, I have proclaimed and there was no stranger with you. Therefore you are My witnesses," says Yahuwah, "that I am Eloah. 13 Indeed before the day was, I am He, and there is no one who can deliver out of My hand. I work and who will reverse it?" 14 Thus says Yahuwah, your Redeemer, the Sacred One of Yisra'el, "For your sake I will send to Babel and bring them all down as fugitives, the Kasdiy, who rejoice in their ships. 15 I am Yahuwah, your Sacred One, the Creator of Yisra'el, your King." 16 Thus says Yahuwah, who makes a way in the sea and a path through the mighty waters?

Yeshayah 45:5 I am Yahwah, and there is none else. 22 Look to me, and be saved, all the ends of the earth. I am Yahwah, and there is none else.
Exodus 3:2 says the fire in the bush was the: malak of Yahweh. Moshe was looking at the malak of fire, who gave his Hebrew name since Moshe spoke Hebrew: AHYH. It seems to me the situation works out best if An is YHWH, and Ea is AHYH, and Enlil is Lord God. Any one or two of them, or all three, are known as: Elohim. The Jews claim they three are 'One God', that way they can worship any which one they want. The weird Jewish Hebraisms are the result of refusing to acknowledge the truth.

It is also christians who claim that Father and Son are one and the same. Traditions of men. They want you to believe Jesus was God Almighty when he was conceived and born, partly because that way they can justify their deification of the: virgin Mary. She is called: the Mother of God. They have turned her into an idol. And that way they also justify their deification of the: holy spirit. They have turned that into an idol, also, with their trinity routine. And that way they can also say: of course Jesus didn't sin, he is God, it is impossible for a human to not sin. And so they justify their sinful lives. I was raised a Roman catholic: catholic family, catholic school, and catholic church. I do not remember one single time anyone suggesting that I actually READ the so-called: holy bible. Why? Because there is still enough truth in it to prove christianity is wrong, nothing but a lie. They learned it from Judaism.

Once upon a time I was not understanding the difference between: Ahyah and Yahwah. Judaism insists they are the same. Many times in the OT the name AHYH was changed to YHWH to hide it. Besides that, many books call them 'Elohim' which is a plural term, but Judaism insists 'Elohim' is a single God. They say when talking about God, Elohim is used in a singular sense. You can find many many verses where Yahwah is called 'Elohim', which is 'Gods' plural. That seems ridiculous to me. It indicates YHWH is one of the Elohim, but is not: The God. El-God is another one of the Elohim, and AHYH-Ea is the other one of the three Elohim. All through the Jewish scriptures names and details have been changed to corrupt the innocent, and protect the guilty.
Yahchanan 12:13 Blessed is He who comes in the Name of Yahwah [Psalms 118:26, Matthew 23:39], even the King of Yisrayah.
As I showed before the scriptures sometimes refer to the god appointed by YHWH over each nation as the king of that nation. The leading human is then referred to as a prince. The king of the nation of Yisrayah is not An-YHWH Himself, and they knew it. It is someone who comes: in the name of YHWH. Their king is: AHYH-Ea-Yah. The First Father AN spoke the WORD. AN brought all things into existance by the WORD. The WORD is: EA.

The following quote is actually quite stunning, when you think about it.

Acts of Pilate by Nicodemus: the most beloved Son of YHWH, even Messiah. We thought perhaps this same was the god of Yisrayah [Israel] who said to Moshe: Make an ark of the covenant... We found He is the god of Yisrayah, even the Son of YHWH.

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